Pauline Panayi received a B.S. in Psychological Sciences with a minor in Forensic Science from Purdue University in May of 2016. That fall, Pauline placed second in the 26th annual Ilana Diamond Rovner Appellate Advocacy Competition and received the Edmund Burke Award for Excellence in Advocacy. She competed in the William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition in the spring of 2018 and will represent Chicago-Kent in the regional round for the National Moot Court Competition this fall.

In addition to Moot Court, Pauline is a teaching assistant for Professor Streseman’s Torts class and she works part-time at the Chicago-Kent College of Law bookstore. Originally from the northwest Indiana area, Pauline spends her free time watching Netflix, playing violin, and spending time with her family.